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Wilmslow Half Marathon
A big thank you to Mark Alderson and Jon Horton who ran the Wilmslow Half Marathon last month in memory of Mark’s dad, Robert, who sadly died of mesothelioma. They raised £1,320 for GMAVSG, money which will help us to continue working for victims of asbestos diseases and their families.
GORDON MARRIOTT MEMORIAL GOLF DAY 2013
For a number of years now, Chris and Natalie Hazelhurst have organised a fundraising memorial golf day, in memory of Natalie's dad Gordon, who sadly died from mesothelioma in 2010. The event has gone from strength to strength and the last event, held at Denton Golf Club, raised a staggering £14,500 for Greater Manchester Asbestos Victims Support Group.
We would like to say a belated public thank you for the money that was raised last year. The event is a credit to Chris and Natalie who put in an enormous amount of work into organising such a successful day and a fitting tribute to Gordon.
Pictures show Chris and Natalie presenting the cheque to members of the Support Group.
GMAVSG would like to take this opportunity to thank all those firms and individuals who have, and still do, organise fundraising events for the group. We would also especially thank those who have raised or donated money in memory of their loved ones.
Steven and his younger brother Stuart raised £100.00 in the Santa Run in loving memory of their Grandad Fred Ogden
10 cyclists took part in the Manchester 100 Bike Ride to raise money for cancer related charities. 6 of the riders chose to raise money in support of GMAVSG in loving memory of John Lovett and they were Norman, Graeme, Paul, Matthew, Neil and Craig who raised a magnificent £2,112.50.
Christine Marriott (centre) and Natalie (with flowers) presented a cheque for £7,100.00 at a meeting of the GMAVSG Mesothelioma Support Group. This magnificent sum was raised at the Gordon Marriott Memorial Golf Day in support of GMAVSG.
Craig Kaneen completing the Manchester Marathon for GMAVSG in atrocious conditions in support of his Granddad Brian Hughes. Congratulations Craig. Please click the image to see larger version
Shanavaz, Viraf and Zenobia present a donation to GMAVSG, in memory of their father, Maneck Mehta, who died from mesothelioma. The donation was raised at the Manchester University Choir and Orchestra Society Christmas concert, in which Shanavaz, Zenobia and Viraf performed.
Click on the image (right) to read about 72 year old Catherine Donegan who ran the Manchester Marathon to raise money for GMAVSG in memory of her late husband.
Mrs. Christine Marriott's family (left) organized a golf tournament to raise funds for mesothelioma research in memory of her late husband Gordon. The photo shows Mrs. Marriott's son Chris and grandson Jack on the left presenting a cheque for £2,500.00.
Denis Brooks (right) raised £350.00 for GMAVSG cycling 100km sponsored cycle. Pictured with his friend, Alan Grieve, a member of the Mesothelioma Support Group.
Mark Richardson (left) gives a cheque for £435.00 To Vera Rigby, GMAVSG Trustee, raised at a charity cricket match at Sowerby St. Peter's Cricket Club. Mark is pictured with friend and wife Pauline on extreme right, who also played in the match.
Jade Broadhurst with her sister, brother, cousin, grandma and aunty (below) who all did a charity 10k run which raised £300 for GMAVSG. Well done!
Three asbestos campaigners, Katrina London, Paul Granville and Jason Addy have completed a breathtaking cycle from Glasgow to Southampton to raise awareness of mesothelioma, below is the riders wonderful reception at Manchester.
For an account of the ride . . . www.breathtaking-journey.com
Mrs. Smethhurst with her daughter Wendy and Son Peter presenting a cheque for £700
to GMAVSG in memory of her husband, Robert who suffered from mesothelioma.
Alex Baker's sky dive to raise funds for GMAVSG in memory of his father, Peter
Lands End to John O'Groats cycle ride by Carl Ross in memory of his father, Frank Ross
Carl Ross and his father
10K Charity Run in aid of Mesothelioma Research
Helen and Laura
Charity Beer Walk
Becky and Andy Wilson
Loch Ness Marathon and River Ness 10k
Michelle Campbell and Family